Learning in Groups: A Handbook for Improving Group Work

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Psychology Press, 2000 - Education - 310 pages
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The book, rateher than a formal lectures or presentations, allows students to have greater scope ot negotiate meaning and express themselves and their own ideas. It also helps them to establish far more effective relationships, not only with their tutors and trainers but with each other. It can also play a central role in developing key profesional skills, such as listening, presenting ideas, persuasion...
  

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Contents

Theories about group behaviour
1
Research into group behaviour
21
Learning research and theory
45
Communication in groups
61
What are learning groups for?
77
Structured activities
93
The tutors job
155
Learning groups in context
181
Assessing and evaluating with groups
213
Training and development
253
Appendix
293
Index
304
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